Switching from Verizon to T-Mobile, Alpine Division backpack, V-MODA speaker, and more – Weekly roundup

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  • Doug Forrester October 14, 2017, 4:36 pm

    I’ll be interested to hear what you think about T-Mobile. I’ve thought about switching to them to save money.

    Also, the church I pastor has three T-Mobile towers hidden in our steeple. If you are ever in Richmond, Virginia, we have got you covered. 🙂

    • Julie Strietelmeier October 14, 2017, 4:38 pm

      Wow, that’s interesting about the T-Mobile antennas in your steeple! I’ve never heard of that before.
      I received the 2 SIM cards yesterday but haven’t had a chance to make the switch yet.

  • Doug Forrester October 14, 2017, 4:45 pm

    Yeah, it happens more than you think. It is a way for cell companies to improve their coverage in areas where zoning laws would never allow a regular tower. At one time, we had AT&T, Ntelos, and T-Mobile. Now I think it is AT&T, T-Mobile, and one small Verizon tower.

    When we have workers doing things like painting the steeple, they have to wear these gizmos that measure their exposure to radiation. If the job is going to take a while, they will actually turn off the towers for a few hours. Interesting stuff.

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